St. Charles City-County Library District
- Children & Youth
- Education & Literacy
- People with Disabilities
Location77 Boone Hills Dr.St. Peters, MO 63376 United States
It shall be the Mission of the St. Charles City-County Library District to serve as the information utility that provides excellent and economical public library services to the residents and tax-payers of St. Charles County.
The St. Charles City-County Library District was established on August 1, 1973 by a merger of the Kathryn Linnemann Library of St Charles and the St. Charles County Library District. It includes 3 regional branches which have larger collections and subject specialists, 4 general purpose branches, 2 Library Express, and 3 mini branches. The District also provides an Outreach Service to nursing homes, retirement centers, the homebound, and the jail. The District provides special collections and services in the areas of Local History and Genealogy, Business & Public Management, Consumer Health, Government Documents, and Nonprofit Services. The Library District does not have a "headquarters" or "main" library; instead it distributes resources throughout the County and utilizes the vast resources of the St. Louis Metropolitan area to provide specialized materials. Along with facilities, the St. Charles City-County Library District makes an active investment in cooperative programs to develop a dynamic informational infrastructure for St. Charles County residents.